North to Yesterday
For years, Lampassas has given up cowpunching to be an obedient husband and south Texas shopkeeper. When his wife dies of influenza, the aging cowboy puts on his spurs again. With his 17-year-old son at his side, Lampassas heads out on a longhorn cattle drive.
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